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Old 06-20-2018, 07:46 PM
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Hello all. Need help!! Will a 1994 blazer 4 door front clip fit on 1988 2 door? Fenders,hood,bumper.
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Old 06-21-2018, 06:19 AM
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Are you talking square body or did you mean a 1998? A 94 front end wouldn't fit on an '88 but will on a '98 with some work. I've done it.
 
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[QUOTE=CraigSnedeker;691785]Are you talking square body or did you mean a 1998? A 94 front end wouldn't fit on an '88 but will on a '98 with some work. I've done it.[/QUOT

94 is a square body. I have a 88 and front is toast found a 94 and wanted to swap. Just wasnt sure.
 
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Old 06-21-2018, 07:13 PM
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Ohhh, thought 94 was round body. Not really sure to be honest, its probably the same
 
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Ohhh, thought 94 was round body. Not really sure to be honest, its probably the same
No worries. Im being told radiator support has to be welded on so i might not attempt this fix myself.
 
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That's weird, they didn't on the 2nd gens
 
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Old 06-26-2018, 04:43 PM
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The '94 S10 Blazer was a square body, and the '94 S10 pickup was the first year of the rounded, 2nd gen body style for the pickup trucks.

I know the grill assembly from the 80's to the 90's is a little different. They initially had a three piece in the early models, then a singular piece somewhere along the line.
Not sure about the radiator support, but I'm sure this has been done before. Surely there has to be info out here in cyberspace somewhere...
 
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